Bizarre Drug Tested in the Hope of Helping Drug Addicts

Copyright 1993 The New York Times Company The New York Times October 27, 1993, Wednesday, Late Edition – Final SECTION: Section C; Page 11; Column 1; Science Desk; Health Page LANGUAGE: ENGLISH LOAD-DATE-MDX: November 16, 1993 LENGTH: 1604 words HEADLINE: A Bizarre Drug Tested in the Hope of Helping Drug …

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Hallucinogenic Drug Ibogaine Can Halt User’s Desire To Take Heroin

THE ORLANDO SENTINEL September 5, 1993 Sunday, 3 STAR SECTION: A SECTION; Pg. A12 LOAD-DATE-MDX: September 16, 1993 LENGTH: 671 words LANGUAGE: ENGLISH HEADLINE: DRUG’S SIDE-EFFECT: BLOCKING OF ADDICTION; SOME USERS CLAIM THE HALLUCINOGENIC DRUG IBOGAINE CAN HALT THEIR DESIRE TO TAKE HEROIN. BYLINE: Compiled From Wire Reports DATELINE: NEW …

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Human Testing of Hallucinogen Backed

The Washington Post August 27, 1993, Friday, Final Edition SECTION: FIRST SECTION; PAGE A11 LENGTH: 324 words LANGUAGE: ENGLISH HEADLINE: Human Testing of Hallucinogen Backed SERIES: Occasional BYLINE: Los Angeles Times BODY: A federal advisory panel has recommended that the Food and Drug Administration allow limited human testing of ibogaine, …

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FDA Advisers OK Human Testing Of Ibogaine

Copyright 1993 The Times Mirror Company Los Angeles Times August 26, 1993, Thursday, Home Edition Correction Appended LANGUAGE: ENGLISH LOAD-DATE-MDC: August 27, 1993 SECTION: Part A; Page 15; Column 1; National Desk LENGTH: 637 words HEADLINE: FDA ADVISERS OK HUMAN TESTING OF HALLUCINOGEN; HEALTH: SUPPORTERS SAY IBOGAINE MAY HELP SOME …

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Ibogaine found toxic in lab tests

Copyright Manisses Communications Group 1993 Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Week July 12, 1993 CLASS: Trade & Industry LANGUAGE: ENGLISH LOAD-DATE-MDX: January 13, 1994 SECTION: Vol. 5 ; No. 28 ; Pg. 5; ISSN: 1042-1394 LENGTH: 191 words HEADLINE: Ibogaine found toxic in lab tests. BODY: Ibogaine someday could be used …

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Addicted to Addiction

University of Miami’s Deborah Mash believes ibogaine could be the wonder drug to end all drugs. And she’s ready to risk everything to prove it. By Paula Park (Originally published in Miami New Times — 09.11.1997) Deborah Mash and her three colleagues from the University of Miami strolled into the …

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Uncovering Ibogaine

the Deborah Mash Interview with Paul DeRienzo Dr. Deborah Mash is a faculty member in the Department of Neurology of the University of Miami, School of Medicine with a secondary appointment in Cellular Molecular Pharmacology. Dr. Mash’s area of expertise is called Neuropharmacology and Neuroscience and her doctoral dissertation was …

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Ibogaine: A Novel Anti-Addictive Compound…

Ibogaine: A Novel Anti-Addictive Compound A Comprehensive Literature Review By: Jonathan Freedlander Advisor: Carlo DiClemente, Ph.D. University of Maryland, Baltimore County Introduction and History Ibogaine is a naturally occurring indole alkaloid, found in a variety of African shrubs of the Tabernanthe genus (Obach, Pablo, and Mash, 1998). The root of …

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Deborah Mash’s Brain

Copyright © 1995, Paul De Rienzo, Dana Beal and Members of the Project All Rights Reserved CHAPTER 18: Deborah Mash’s Brain In March, 1994, in strictest secrecy, Howard Lotsof re-instituted treatments of addict volunteers in an ultramodern hospital in Panama City, with pre-treatment work-ups at the University of Miami. But …

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Cures Not Wars

Copyright © 1995-1996, Paul De Rienzo, Dana Beal and Members of the Project All Rights Reserved CHAPTER 17: Cures Not Wars In February, 1994, Robert Rygor died. He’d become a beneficiary of the free pot program, and as facilitator of ACT UP Coordinating Committee, which set the agenda for the …

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